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Today’s HealthNews For You – Should you drink fruit juice?

Today’s HealthNews For You – Should you drink fruit juice?

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Sugared Drinks and Diabetes

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In today’s news we look at the link between sugared drinks, diabetes and other health related issues.

Sugared drinks refers to any beverage with added sugar or other sweetener, and includes soda, fruit juice, lemonade and other “ades,” sweetened powdered drinks, and sports and energy drinks.

All sugared drinks, including fruit juices, can cause high rises in blood sugar.

The sugar in fruit juice can cause as high a rise in blood sugar as Coca Cola does.

Doctors agree that sugared drinks cause the highest rises in blood sugar that cause a fatty liver and leads to diabetes.

36 recent studies found that two servings a week of sugared drinks causes decreased insulin sensitivity, inflammation, high cholesterol and high blood pressure associated with increased risk for obesity, diabetes, heart attacks and strokes.

Pediatricians found sugared drinks increase the markers of diabetes in children as well as elevated C-reactive protein; an inflammatory marker, increased waist circumference and decreased good HDL cholesterol.

Keep yourself healthy by drinking plenty of water and staying away from sugary drinks and foods with added sugar.

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